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Bennett Dunn
Bennett  Dunn


Orlando, Fla.



WTN: Nittany Lions Win Season Opener 4-3

The team defeated Navy


WTN: Nittany Lions Wrap Up Fall Slate

Team concluded fall play at the Kitty Harrison Invitational and Hokie Invitational


WTN: Blue and White Continue Play at Tournaments

Penn State dominates doubles on day two of tournaments


WTN: Nittany Lions Wrap Up Day One of Tournament Weekend

The squad traveled to the Hokie Invitational and Kitty Harrison Invitational


WTN: Nittany Lions Head into Final Tournament Weekend

Team will split between Kitty Harrison Invitational and Hokie Invitational

2017 FALL: Competed in three tournaments throughout the fall season, seeing three matches in singles and seven in doubles. Paired with Shannon Hanley for doubles and had second most wins as a pair on the team with four, highlighted by three wins at the UNCW Invitational. Picked up first singles win at the Hokie Invitational.

2016-17 SPRING SEASON- JUNIOR: Competed in 29 doubles matches and 26 singles matches throughout the season. Notched wins in five Big Ten singles matches against Iowa, Rutgers, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Maryland. Appeared in doubles for all 11 Big Ten matches. 

2016 FALL:
Appeared in seven matches, including nine singles matches ... Defeated Sunday Swett of Yale University 6-0, 6-4 at the Cissie Leary Invitational. Competed in nine doubles matches. Advanced to the semifinals in the Cissie Leary Invitational with doubles partner Jacqueline Zuhse

JUNIOR CAREER: Dunn was a member of the 2015 SEC First Year Honor Roll while at Alabama. An outstanding junior player, she was a Blue Chip junior recruit according to, ranked No. 16 nationally and No. 3 in the state of Florida. She was a two-time Bobby Curtis Junior State Champion in 16s and 18s and the 2013 Bobby Curtis 18s Junior State Doubles Champion. Dunn was a three-time Florida sectional champion and a four-time Florida designated champion


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